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4.0 von 5 Sternen A tale of 2 halves
i have just finished the book for the second time managing to hold together the now loose leafed pages of my 30 year old copy while trying to read most of the book outdoors.it just intrigues me that this book can be so devoid of true literal gems right through his railroad and seamen days as though a real working life just shuts out his natural reaction to his waking...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Spontaneous prose, spontaneous living
Jack's not for everyone but reading Lonesome Traveler I was teleported right into his shoes-- if you're familiar with Kerouac you know this is his style. His "I" is the one you're with but this "I" is really experiencing every moment-- the minor details of being a train brakeman for instance-- doesn't sound glamorous but it breathes life. It's a...
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A tale of 2 halves, 21. März 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Lonesome Traveler (Taschenbuch)
i have just finished the book for the second time managing to hold together the now loose leafed pages of my 30 year old copy while trying to read most of the book outdoors.it just intrigues me that this book can be so devoid of true literal gems right through his railroad and seamen days as though a real working life just shuts out his natural reaction to his waking dream that he finds himself in. However after a fun but claustrophobic period back in his native and tireless New York the section of his isolation in the mountain shack really soars and this is where the beauty of his style, with references to the void and his own belief that he has the answers to its formeless form. You feel the strength of his journey and the honesty of his emotion and just know he is free enough to write at his best now.A wonderful book for dreamers.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A great Kerouac Sampler, 18. September 1997
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Lonesome Traveler (Taschenbuch)
Though it has been a while since I have read this book, I found it distressing that there were no reviews of it in this area.
I know very many of you love Kerouac's works and styles, so I hope that this book will be given it's due attention. Its contents are five short stories or sketches that move around the central theme of travel. A sketch about the "railroad earth" written in spontaneous style is quite riveting, and here you will have a chance to read what seems to be an early sketch of the fire tower section from "Dharma Bums".
I hope these suggestions will have you picking up a copy of this wonderful book
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A tale of 2 halves, 21. März 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Lonesome Traveler (Taschenbuch)
i have just finished the book for the second time managing to hold together the now loose leafed pages of my 30 year old copy while trying to read most of the book outdoors.it just intrigues me that this book can be so devoid of true literal gems right through his railroad and seamen days as though a real working life just shuts out his natural reaction to his waking dream that he finds himself in. However after a fun but claustrophobic period back in his native and tireless New York the section of his isolation in the mountain shack really soars and this is where the beauty of his style, with references to the void and his own belief that he has the answers to its formeless form. You feel the strength of his journey and the honesty of his emotion and just know he is free enough to write at his best now.A wonderful book for dreamers.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Spontaneous prose, spontaneous living, 17. Februar 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Lonesome Traveler (Taschenbuch)
Jack's not for everyone but reading Lonesome Traveler I was teleported right into his shoes-- if you're familiar with Kerouac you know this is his style. His "I" is the one you're with but this "I" is really experiencing every moment-- the minor details of being a train brakeman for instance-- doesn't sound glamorous but it breathes life. It's a bit claustrophobic and frusturasting with his page long sentences but if you forget all the rules of writing and literature you'll surf through a day with him and it's real even if his stories aren't.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen wow good book, good good book, 25. Juli 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Lonesome Traveler (Taschenbuch)
This was the first Kerouac book I red and enjoyed it very much. After this I read the On the road thing which I was actually disappointed with. I guess I expected on the road to be a little more interesting and a real monumental read as everyone in a coffee shops rant. But no eye opening life style changes with that bore. I'd recommend lonesome for members of the short attentioned spaned and digitaly enhanced generation of the TV Babies. let the hippies and beats have on the road.
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